Laura Trevino is a principal of Bureau V. Prior to joining Bureau V in 2011, Laura founded her own design studio, worked as a consultant for the State Agency for Urban Planning of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and was a project manager at Asymptote Architecture. She has taught architecture at Syracuse University.
Notable projects from her previous studio include Bravisto Cabo Heights, a 250,000 sq. ft. residential development in Los Cabos, Mexico, the Sebastian + Barquet Gallery renovation in New York City, and a finalist entry for the Mexican Pavilion for Expo Shanghai in 2010. Among the projects from Asymptote Architecture are the competition winning Budapest Bank Towers in Hungary, a master plan in Monterrey, Mexico, the Mutiara Hotel Retail Complex in Penang, Malaysia, and a series of product and furniture design projects for clients like the Zumtobel, Alessi, Knoll, and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation.
Laura holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. She is a licensed architect in New York State.